Since developing the TrikLit in 2010, Rainmin Illumination has evolved with RGB technology over the past decade to offer pixels in a variety of shapes, voltages and chipsets. Rainmin integrates with both ArtNet & sACN programs, and offers clever do-it-yourself stock controllers for new installers.
New for 2022, add 4-inch Controllable Cubes into your RGB+ light string or Globe displays. 8 RGB-LED display have a smooth, 16-bit dimming curve as it travels the color-spectrum--so they look slick when on video. Control with your favorite Art-Net software, X-Lights, MeshTek, Light-O-Rama, sACN and stock Minleon NDB's and WEC's.Learn More
Snap these bright, 3-LED pixels onto your wire frames or Smart Base light strip for slick, animated, full-color effects.Learn More
Pebble Lights are the brightest Rainmin RGB light strings with 2 x RGBs/bulb, making them ideal for long-distance viewing on building perimeters, or light curtains rigged high up in an atrium. Drive effects via ArtNet, Rainmin WEC & NEC, or the Unicorn Cloud controllers.Learn More
TrikLits – G42
Minleon's flagship RGB strand is individually controllable with 2 x RGB(W)-LED pixels for nice, even color diffusion and brightness. Your favorite ArtNet controller, or Rainmin's WEC or NEC stock controllers create smooth effects with a 16-bits per channel. Sturdy, professional and commercial construction with insulated wire for 4-season, permanent installations.Learn More
TrikLits – G28
Minleon-Rainmin's flagship RGB strand, is individually controllable 2 x RGB(W) pixels for nice even colors and brightness. Your favorite ArtNet controller, or Rainmin's WEC or NEC stock controllers create smooth effects with a 16-bits per channel.Sturdy, professional and commercial construction with insulated wire for 4-season, permanent installations.Learn More
Minleon-Rainmin's larger take on our flagship TrikLit42, is an individually controllable 8 x RGB pixel bulb for nice even colors and brightness. Your favorite ArtNet controller, or Rainmin's WEC or NEC stock controllers create smooth effects with a 16-bits per channel. Sturdy, professional and commercial construction with insulated wire for 4-season, permanent installations. s.Learn More
• Individually controllable via Art-Net or Minleon-Rainmin stock controllers
• 22mm, 2-LED pixels
• mounting brackets, for low-res pixel screens & curtains
Rainmin's most affordable RGB pixel, has both an RGBW option and a WS2811 option for installations where the dimming curve and high bit rate is unnecessary--and where UL listing is necessary. These 9mm bullet shaped pixels are the smallest ArtNet and sACN controllable pixels in Rainmin's lineup.Learn More
Double-sided RGB-LEDs behind a riveted bulb give Rainmin Diamond Pixels a twinkle lacking in other RGB strings, even when on a static color. ArtNet, sACN and Rainmin controllers drive the individually addressable pixels.Learn More
Light Tubes are 16-bit color-blending & 360-degree view-angle pixels in a pro-grade, polycarbonate frosted or faceted enclosure. Typically sold by the foot. T5 and T8 options. Individual control via your favorite ArtNet & sACN programs, or use Minleon’s NEC or WEC+ to create animated, original, color-changing light displays.Learn More
Rainmin's Light Bars mix and blend the colors of the rainbow on a one-meter fixture. Individually control every 6 LEDs/5-inches in series via ArtNet or Rainmin WEC's. Connect 18 Light Bars (18-meters/60-feet) before injecting additional 24Vdc power for more distance.Learn More
Bend & curve Rainmin's RGB Flexible Tube into unique designs that mimic the traditional neon style. With 60 color-changing RGB-LEDs per meter (3x1 LED-chip ratio), these outdoor-rated fixtures will brighten up your scene.Learn More
Rainmin's RGB Flex Strip is individually controllable via ArtNet, sACN and Rainmin WEC and NEC effects generators. Fully enclosed in silicone, Flex Strip is outdoor rated and UL listed.Learn More
All-season, permanent installation decorative festoon strings. 12Vdc; RGBW LED's offer 4-channel color-blending via ArtNet, and adds the warm white in specific effects with Rainmin's WEC+2 and WEC-Boss.
Minleon RGB+ Globes are available in 6 different sizes with a varying number of RGB-LEDs inside. Individually controllable via ArtNet, Minleon-Rainmin Wifi Controllers (WEC+2) or NEC.Learn More
RGB+ Holiday Strings
Color-changing, individually controllable, decorative C7's, C9's, G40's, etc. Get the same look of your LED retrofits on a molded RGB-LED string: faceted, frosted, clear. Why buy a static color when you can rig a light string capable of 65,000 dimming levels?Learn More
RGB 20W Flood Tile
Rainmin's 24Vdc, 18W RGB Flood Tile is maximum RGB brightness in a single, compact fixture.
Link multiples & individually control via ArtNet, WEC+ and NEC control options. Ships with a mounting yoke & stake.
Rainmin's RGB Color Tile is akin to a 12Vdc, RGB Mega Pixel, or Mini-Flood light. ArtNet or WEC+ control with mounting yoke and garden stake. Individually control up to 10 fixtures with a single power supply, and before power injection.Learn More
Heavy duty construction, with built-in mounting solutions on the molded base, these 5 x RGB-LED Domes are prepare for your next permanent architectural installation.Learn More
Life Span of LEDs
RGB-LED’s in a perfect world, pretty much run forever. Though over time the light output will slowly get lower. Most LED’s all have about the same specs for hours, which is about 80% of initial brightness at 30,000 hours, and 70% around 50,000 hours. This is accurate for Minleon LED’s.
But just as important is the temperature the RGB-LED’s are running at. Higher temperatures will reduce the output faster. Minleon controls the power to our RGB-LED’s in software which limits the maximum temperature, thus extending the lifetime. This is one of our competitive advantages.
Most likely something else will fail long before the LED’s are a problem. This is why Minleon, over the years, has bulked up its wiring, improved the water-tightness of its base & switched to Twist-&-Lock connectors for all strings & connectors in 2017’s RGB Plus Line.
Running hours for a typical application:
50,000 hours = 2083 days or 8 years of 24-hour run-time at full brightness.
If used only 12 hours a day with typical effects they will last 3-6 times longer, or 24-48 years.